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I've got a total of 3 x 3570k, batches are as follows:

1st - 3235D945 - idles cool mid 20c, @4.4 82c, does 44 full load at 1.27v, can post into much higher clocks, but requires lots of voltage 1.41v @ 46
2nd - 3238B908 - idles hot 41c, @4.4 86c, can't seem to get past 44
3rd - 3243B598 - Yet to test

What cooler were you using on the first chip? Mine clocks almost exactly the same, although I haven't tried 4.6. I can boot up at 4.5 at 1.27V but it isn't stable. IIRC the batch number is 3234BXXX and the max temp is in the low 70s right now.
     
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I've been on Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer on all of them. I'm trying to standardize to really understand what's going on and getting consistency. #2 is working really well as a consistent performer. I know it can clock high if I get it enough voltage,but it is doing 46 @ 1.4 and rock solid stability making 125 Gflops, idle at 19c.

We'll see if batch 324 is golden . . .
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I have a 3570k 323 C batch that seems like a good one. So far I've done my initial 15 minute prime-AVX stable, 4.7ghz at 1.256v load. At 1.24v, I got BSOD about 10 minutes in. My problem right now is the temperature. My cores range from 87-93C under load, with a 620 closed cooler. And it doesn't help that my ambient has been 30C due to the non-stop 38C days we've been having here. It looks like delidding will be my only option if I actually want to test further.

Very late edit : 3234C336 is the batch I have.
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I have a 3570k 323 C batch that seems like a good one. So far I've done my initial 15 minute prime-AVX stable, 4.7ghz at 1.256v load. At 1.24v, I got BSOD about 10 minutes in. My problem right now is the temperature. My cores range from 87-93C under load, with a 620 closed cooler. And it doesn't help that my ambient has been 30C due to the non-stop 38C days we've been having here. It looks like delidding will be my only option if I actually want to test further.

Very late edit : 3234C336 is the batch I have.

15min is insignificant when compared to 12hrs - 24hrs and again you need the latest prime coz v27.7 doesn't test properly use 27.9 build 1
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I know, just waiting on the CLU. Won't get here until next since I had to order international from Ebay (couldn't find anywhere else).
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post #486 of 615
Hey guys, I'm a new guy here and I just want to share my i5-3570k.

Batch # L220B417

I'm not sure if I posted the correct batch number. I just saw it on the box.

I was able to boot on a 5.1ghz@1.57vcore. But it's unstable of course. BSOD after clicking CPU-Z.
Then I was able to hit 4.9ghz stable @ 1.489vcore. Quite high?
http://valid.canardpc.com/2836877

Well I guess it is. Just wanted to share mine and join the conversation here.
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I really don't want to look for it to be stable at 5.1ghz since my motherboard is considerably on a low-end category. It's asrock pro3 z77.
I wish I could buy an OC mobo but unfortunately I am broke as of the moment.

I think my i5 batch is quite old isn't it?
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Hey guys, I'm a new guy here and I just want to share my i5-3570k.


I was able to boot on a 5.1ghz@1.57vcore. But it's unstable of course. BSOD after clicking CPU-Z.
Then I was able to hit 4.9ghz stable @ 1.489vcore. Quite high?
http://valid.canardpc.com/2836877

Nice, I'm jealous. I haven't been doing any suicide runs lately, been trying to go for stable runs myself and have been hitting a serious temp wall.
post #488 of 615
1.57v is too much... i have mine almost 1 year now the batch is L222A928

5GHz @ 1.47v 3DMark http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6682717

4.7GHz @ 1.26v



5.1GHz @ 1.50v

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1.57v is too much... i have mine almost 1 year now the batch is L222A928

5GHz @ 1.47v 3DMark http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6682717

4.7GHz @ 1.26v



5.1GHz @ 1.50v


Wow that's a good proc.

I'm wondering if Motherboards greatly affects the vcore needed per proc. I mean, if I get a high-end motherboard that is ment for OC Will I get a stable lower vcore at 4.9ghz? Just out of curiosity since I am not able to test this theory on my own as I have limited resources to do so biggrin.gif
post #490 of 615
Well i had a Asrock Z77 Pro3 (The scores above were done with it) Then i bought this Gigabyte Z77X UD5H and one thing i noticed was that i need more Voltage with the gigabyte to do the same clocks on the CPU. But my mem (samsung green) was really easy to overclock on this board.
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